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Students hold international fair

April 3, 2016 Sixth grade Social Studies students at Beverly-Center ‘traveled the world’ during their International Fair. more »»

Shah to be honored by foundation

April 2, 2016 Dr. Nik Shah has spent the past 38 years helping cancer patients in Parkersburg. more »»

From presidents to parks

April 2, 2016 Roosevelt may be violating law; by using other than Webster’s Dictionary spelling in official papers Washington, D.C., Sept. more »»

Creator discusses Wynonna Earp

March 31, 2016 Even though I have more comic books than my wife thinks necessary and certain co-workers are amazed (OK, dismayed) at how much I can recall about the lives of fictional characters, there are limits... more »»

The math to stop Trump

March 28, 2016 Donald Trump is going to come close to winning enough delegates in primary elections to claim the Republican nomination for president before the party holds its July convention in Clevelan. more »»

Streaming this, streaming that

March 28, 2016 Yes, this has been a wacky discussion so far. Yes, these movies and TV shows deserve it. No, today is not the day to mock the watchable and bad. more »»

Lawmakers need rebirth

March 27, 2016 This is the season of rebirt. more »»

Happy Easter to everyone in MOV

March 27, 2016 Happy Easter — “Xristos Anesti” (“Christ Has Risen” in Greek. more »»

Recipes for your eggs

March 27, 2016 Happy Easter! This is the real start of spring, even if Mother Nature thinks otherwise. more »»

Point Park Concert series scheduled

March 27, 2016 The Point Park Concert Series is a free-admission concert series located at Point Park in Downtown Parkersburg, West Virginia. more »»

A traveling tale

March 27, 2016 Everyone has a story if you are willing to listen. Traveling as a pipeline wife has provided fodder for my own story-telling. more »»

Spring into kids' books

March 27, 2016 Spring has sprung, and now’s a good time to “spring” into some fun new middle-grade and young adult books! For young adults comes a story about Peter Pan and Hook, but like nothing you’ve ever seen... more »»

Carolina wrens prefer 'up and under'

March 27, 2016 Since the beginning of March, dawn’s first rays of sunlight have been accompanied by loud, ringing, musical whistles. It’s the voice of a male Carolina wren, and it’s a reliable harbinger of spring. more »»

Welcoming Easter

March 27, 2016 “We all got new clothes for Easter Sunday except Daddy. He’s just getting a haircut.” Or maybe a new tie. more »»

Shouldering one tiny splinter

March 27, 2016 I lay there in a meadow, My head upon a stone, A million miles from anywhere, Yet never felt alone. more »»

Downtown church prepares to move

March 26, 2016 Pastor David Bounds is looking forward to moving The Pentecostals of Parkersburg church into the former Parkersburg Medical Associates building at 1122 Market S. more »»

City welcomes Easter season

March 26, 2016 Big Easter Bazaar in Belpre church The Easter Bazaar which will be given by the Congregational church of Belpre, promises to be one of the most successful events of the kind ever held under the... more »»

Batman, Superman: Best frenemies

March 24, 2016 Some people might be surprised by the title of the next installment in DC’s fledgling superhero movie universe, as “Batman v. more »»

Watching the hidden world of salamanders and frogs

March 22, 2016 Two weeks ago I described vernal pools, ephemeral bodies of water that can range in size from puddles to large shallow pond. more »»

What do all those people do?

March 21, 2016 West Virginia’s state Department of Education has 566 employees overseeing public schools. That’s more than 10 for each county school system in the stat. more »»



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